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JELLYBEAN50

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color inheritance

Post  JELLYBEAN50 on Sat Sep 08 2012, 22:20

how is cobalt color transmitted to the young meaning is cobalt recessive or dominant or sex linked is bronze recessive, dominant or sex linked? Question
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Post  RayC on Sat Sep 08 2012, 22:32

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Re: color inheritance

Post  hillie on Sat Sep 08 2012, 23:06

Bluecolbat hense the name should be Abel to answer this in more detail If he sees this post
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Re: color inheritance

Post  david r on Sun Sep 09 2012, 01:31

JELLYBEAN50 wrote:how is cobalt color transmitted to the young meaning is cobalt recessive or dominant or sex linked is bronze recessive, dominant or sex linked? Question
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Vic

Vic the Cobalt gene is Recessive which mains that the two Birds that you are breeding from have to have Cobalt genes to breed Cobalts .
And for the Blacks ( Bronze ) they are Dominant . drunken



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Yellow mosaic satinette inheritence ?

Post  r.costellow on Sun Dec 16 2012, 10:54


Would the Yellow Mosaic Satinette come under the sex linked mode of inheitence ?
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Re: color inheritance

Post  zipdogso on Sun Dec 16 2012, 13:27


r.costellow wrote:
Would the Yellow Mosaic Satinette come under the sex linked mode of inheitence ?
Bob

Yes partly because it is Isabel. Isabel is Dilute Brown and both brown and satinette are sex-linked.
The correct name for your birds - Mosaic yellow isabel satinette. (with the assumption we are talking about brown series.)



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Post  r.costellow on Sun Dec 16 2012, 20:21

zipdogso wrote:Yes partly because it is Isabel. Isabel is Dilute Brown and both brown and satinette are sex-linked.
The correct name for your birds - Mosaic yellow isabel satinette. (with the assumption we are talking about brown series.)



Many thanks wasn't 100% as all i bred were hens coloured no cocks in the one nest.
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Re: color inheritance

Post  BlueCobalt on Sun Dec 16 2012, 21:17

Think ray has given the nice concise answer, they are of course autosomal recessive, depends why you ask?
Is it for future pairings or expectations?
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Post  r.costellow on Sun Dec 16 2012, 21:34


Yes it is for future pairings and this next breeding season

i bred 3 cock birds visual from visual x visual from i pair (no hens bred)
also had 4 hens visual from the same visual cock as above x Mosaic yellow agate hen (no cock birds bred)
so i couldnt realy be sure. now that i no ime fine my pairings were as planed.so i didnt have to alter them.
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